|RCPOD05 - Juned Sonido|
A sample of Hilaire Belloc's poems collectively called A Cautionary Tale for Children
Keywords: Hilaire Belloc
|George Who Played with a Dangerous Toy - Sumanguru Gyra Jones and His Orchestra|
This is the classic Hilaire Belloc poem (full title: "George Who Played with a Dangerous Toy, and Suffered a Catastrophe of Considerable Dimensions") put to music. Thanks to Andrea and Danny for the sound effects. Dedicated to Pres. Boy George
Keywords: Poetry; Hilaire Belloc; George; kids; Sumanguru Gyra Jones
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|The chief defect of Henry King - David W Solomons (dwsolo)|
Song by David W Solomons based on the poem by Hilaire Belloc about a little boy who suffered from his habit of chewing string. See pdf files (listed under "all files HTTP") for various versions of the score (variously: keys of C D F and G) in which the guitar part is shown just as chord symbols and the vocal part in notation
Keywords: string; hilaire belloc; henry king; original music; chord symbols; guitar
|The Party System - Hilaire Belloc & Cecil Chesterton|
A hundred years ago, in response to the outcome of an election in England, Belloc and Chesterton collaborated to produce this piercing analysis. Their theme is: "Votes and elections and representative assemblies are not democracy ; they are at best machinery for carrying out democracy. Democracy is government by the general will. Wherever, under whatever forms, such laws as the mass of the people desire are passed, and such laws as they dislike are rejected, there is democracy...
Keywords: Politics; Democracy; Cecil Chesterton; Hilaire Belloc; analysis; party system
|215 Cheryl Smith & Stan White ( Apr. 13, 2014)|
To help celebrate National Poetry Month, Cheryl Smith joined us to read more of the poetry of Nelson Ball, and Art Waves veteran Stan White returned to read some of his favourite poems. For a powerful hour of poetry, join us on the ancient road that can take you anywhere.
Keywords: Monty Python; Spike Milligan; John Betjeman; Hilaire Belloc; Philip Larkin; Captain Webb; James Arlington Wright; Marriott Edgar; Stanley Holloway; Antony Rafferty; Lady Gregory; W.S. Merwin; Joyce Grenfell; Stevie Smith; H.V. Morton; Tichborne's Elegy; Raphael Keelan